Private Treaty For Sale New Listing Updated

North Sterling Lakefront Hunting & Pasture

Logan County, colorado  |  2,149± Acres


The North Sterling Lakefront Hunting & Pasture has been converted to a private treaty listing.

Please contact Marc Reck or Ben Gardiner with questions or for more information.

For the livestock, recreational, and hunting enthusiast, this 2,149± acre ranch adjacent to North Sterling Reservoir and State Park has all the amenities. Whether it’s running cows, yearlings, and/or horses; hunting ducks, Canadian and snow geese as they feed and fly between North Sterling, Prewitt, and Jumbo Reservoirs – the South Platte River – and adjoining corn and wheat fields; hunting the trophy buck; fishing for the record Walleye; boating with friends and family, or just enjoying the lake view, quiet, and serenity of nature – this ranch has it all!

The well-managed native grasses and topographical diversity of the ranch provide excellent grazing, wildlife habitat and scenic beauty. 3.5± miles of shoreline provide private access to the reservoir. Thoughtfully preserved with a Conservation Easement to ensure the ranch maintains its historical roots, while portions of the ranch are open for you to utilize as you see fit, including future home sites.

Quick Facts

  • Total Deeded Acres: 2,149±
  • Logan County, Colorado
  • Located 18± miles NW of Sterling, CO or 145± miles NE of Denver
  • 3.5± miles of shoreline on the north/west sides of North Sterling Reservoir (North Sterling State Park); private water access with appropriate Parks pass.
  • Located in GMU 89 – whitetail, mule deer, antelope, bobcat, turkey, pheasant, sandhill crane and dove; licensed falconry permitted
  • Located in Central Flyway (waterfowl)
  • Topographical diversity with open, rolling plains, rock outcroppings, teepee rings, and sub-irrigated areas along the shoreline
  • Ranch has been well-maintained and not over-grazed
  • Cross-fenced for rotational grazing
  • Diverse mix of native grasses with excellent sod cover
  • Elevation avg. 4,000 ft. (above sea level)
  • 10± miles of mature shelter-belt trees
  • Conservation Easement (CE) to preserve historical use of the property as a working ranch
  • 160± acres excluded from the CE to allow for any type of use or future construction
  • 4 residential building envelopes reserved within the CE
  • Improvements include: Historical stone cabin (non inhabitable), new 1,500 sq. ft. pole building with concrete floor and insulation (set up for RV parking); livestock sheds and corrals
  • R/E Taxes: $1,487.48
  • Reck Agri Realty & Auction IS OFFERING broker participation

Property Details




Amenities & Recreation

North Sterling Reservoir & State Park

  • Excellent fishing for walleye, saugeye, and crappie; quality fishing for wiper and channel catfish
  • GMU 89 – whitetail & mule deer, antelope, bobcat, turkey, pheasant, sandhill crane and dove; licensed falconry permitted
  • Waterfowl – ducks, Canadian geese, snow geese, etc.
  • Park activities include boating, camping, fishing, hiking, and archery
  • Dog-friendly with 6 ft. leash
  • Equipment rentals for boating, kayaking, hiking and geocaching
  • Horseback riding allowed along the South Shoreline Trail
  • Winter Activities: Ice fishing and winter camping

Link to Colorado Parks & Wildlife

Sterling, CO | Logan County Seat

  • Population: 14,750±
  • 145± miles NE of Denver via I-76—1.5 hours from Denver Int’l Airport
    112± miles east of Fort Collins, CO via Hwy 14
  • Known as the “Queen City of the Plains”
  • City of Sterling Municipal Airport (Crosson Field)
  • Home to the Overland Trail Museum
  • Union Pacific and Burlington Northern railways
  • Rural, agriculture, gas and oil-based economy
  • Schools: Offer small town environment while emphasizing individualized instruction and technology for students—Northeastern Junior College offers educational, athletic, and cultural opportunities
  • Healthcare: Sterling Regional Medical Center and Banner Health Clinics, David Walsh Cancer Center, Salud Clinic, DaVita Dialysis Center, Centennial Mental Health, UC Health plus private physicians and specialists
    + Dental, chiropractic, physical therapy, and wellness practitioners
  • Historic Downtown Sterling: Bistros and fine dining, microbrewery, antiques, boutiques and farmers market
  • Outdoor Sports & Recreation: North Sterling State Park, Shooting Complex, Frisbee golf, (2) 18-hole golf courses, city parks with pavilions and pools, cycling and walking trails, youth and adult sports leagues, college sporting events and summer baseball
  • Recreation Center: indoor/outdoor swimming, courts, equipment rentals, event space and fitness area
  • Arts & Culture: Performing arts, public art galleries, movie theatre, public and college libraries
  • Three shopping centers, including Home Depot, Walmart, Walgreens and locally-owned specialty stores
  • Within 50 miles of Prewitt Reservoir, Julesburg Reservoir, South Platte River and 100± miles from Lake McConaughy in Nebraska

Link to City of Sterling


Logan County, colorado  |  2,149± Acres

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